Galup, Luis E (Research) wrote:
>i can run xcv on my linux build. however, it does not have the
>menu bar, hence none of the menus. i have talked to fred wheeler,
>who build on solaris, and he has the same problem with xcv.
>i can compile and link oxl without complaint. also, i don't see
>anything in the options you can set with ccmake that seem
>to affect this.
>does anyone have any insight/suggestions? (short
>of simply not building on linux?)
I had similar problems on my redhat 7.2 linux. Now I have even more
on my Mandrake 8.2.
Cmake analyses your system, then if it did not find anything, your binaries
would not include it.
When I compiled, I wanted the qt toolkit, so I changed:
in my CMake sources:
- replace LINK_LIBRARIES with LINK_DIRECTORIES
- add LINK_LIBRARIES( qt )
Then, after executing $(CMAKE) $(VXLSRC) I revised my CMakeCache.txt,
I found some things to change:
Of course, in your system these values can be different. (Note that
if you do not have some of these values, CMake will not generate
commands to compile some parts)
Then I wrote $(CMAKE) $(VXLSRC) again to have everything ok
I hope this will help you. I am a beginner with this package.
Perhaps, this is not the best solution, but it works for me.